Over the holidays this part of The Furman University Campus near the Lay Physical Activities Center was closed to traffic to allow for tree removal and replanting as part of their recent annual program. It is a striking difference now. Below is Google Street View of the before condition.
This mural was a project between the Sterling School 5th grade class, the Blank Canvas Mural Company and SmartArts. It was painted on the side of a moving container and can be seen from the Sliding Rock Creek greenway trail.
A distant peek through the trees at the Camperdown silhouette from Washington Street
You Sir set the mood and tone with your amazing Steely Dan riffs! Through the hustle and bustle of Christmas Eve madness, my ears perked as I rounded the corner, you sounded like a fine wine if there’s such a thing. Merry Christmas Sir!
The earlier warm weather tricked these flowers in front of Mary’s Restaurant into an off season emergence. They are probably shivering this week.
Sunday morning revealed an icy Paris Mountain in the fog as seen in this view from Furman University.
This sign will be placed Today for the two month trail section closure for the ReWa Dig Greenville project. The detour is not too difficult but since there is a bypass, it should have said “detour” instead of “closed”.
It’s great to see this fleet of bicycles for guests of the Residence Inn/Spring Hill Suites Greenville Downtown that is nearing opening. Kudos for encouraging guests to see Greenville by bike!
Night time lighting on the recently opened Spring Hill Suites and Residence Inn on East Washington Street.
A pedestrian passes the Hamilton play billboard in front of the Peace Center in the rain.